different realistic scenarios built in the North-East part of rural Scotland: (a) considering passenger preferences and demonstrating selection of suitable transport service from a set of service providers; (b) effective integration of different modes of transport (e.g., FTS, Taxis and healthcare services); (c) handover scenario — passenger in rural area changes a mode of transport (i.e., using multiple transport services) to complete a trip (this is demonstrated with an
example of a healthcare appointment).
|Publication status||Published - Oct 2012|
|Event||Digital Futures 2012 The Third Annual Digital Economy All Hands Conference - , United Kingdom|
Duration: 23 Oct 2012 → 25 Oct 2012
|Conference||Digital Futures 2012 The Third Annual Digital Economy All Hands Conference|
|Period||23/10/12 → 25/10/12|
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Emele, C. D. (Creator), Nelson, J. D. (Contributor), Wright, S. D. (Contributor), Mounce, R. (Contributor), Zeng, C. (Contributor) & Norman, T. J. (Contributor), University of Aberdeen, 1 Jan 2016